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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891012301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1891. o &. i ol.xviil CURRENT COMMENT. NO. 94 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Co. have opened a t, l.nn.1 nil miwH Hinn.t utwl ulll ki.i.i. I IDS IS ivc, win latest ptinncauoiiH, Whnt tho Kentucky Editors nre SaylnQ. "In Iiulinn nonunrlatiiru Dr. Wanly and Mr. Clay miht bo denominated -- K. UM.IIIianUt ' ami Owensboro Mowuuikit. Negotiations aro in progress looking to n combination of all tho hurhuil wire manufactories in the country. Truly this would bi a monopoly hard for tho people to sit down upon. UIh8K(w something Lancaster needs. Tho impromptu hop, given after the mimical .Monday night, was very enjova-biProf. Clay Muck's in every respect orchestra furnished the music. Payiaijy The branches that were broken from STOCK OF THF the trees in the park hy the recent hea. vy sleet have heen removed. Some of Tlmi'H. tho beautiful water maples are nearly I C P. Huntington him paid $11, .VX) for ruined. Mr. Huntinnton'Hqurtn-(liu- n n cattle picture. Miss Maggie Miller has returned Tim partnership of Pettusit Zeller is OO. $10 Each, Capital Stock, friontl, Lelaml .Stanford, t)vn in for from a pleasant visit to Miss Minnie Cedissolved and those indebted to them, lull paid and sui'ji'ct to no assessments. tho real article. Ho pays a ureal deal cil, at Iebanon. Miws Cecil accompaeither for drugs or medical services, are more for cixttlu iind k'cts an ornamental nied liur home and will remain a few requested to call at Pettus & Heuzley's Gen. Benj. F. Butler, of Massachusetts, President; InHiMintoiahip thrown In. Owensboro days. Col. J. T. Knox, the insurance Hon. Jas. W. Hyatt, late Treasurer of U. S., Treasurer. and settle, if they wish to save costs, lui quirer. man, was here a few days thirt week. The lamps given to tho town by tho DIRECTORS who bun fre- Mrs. .S. T. I.ph veil, who has heen quite A notorious Crab Orchard Dramatic Society have Gen. lien K. Hutler, of MaswihuwtU; E. I. Oarfield, Scc'y Klectric ordered the Record, but never sick, is very much improved. W. S. quently Arkanscis: Mass.; Logan II Root, been received and put up. They add Hon A. V Wyman, KxofTrcas. of U. S , of Neb.; C W Co Boston,Cashier Massachusetts National Perkini, Hon. had paid for it, met an attache of the Ferguson is hack from a visit to Coving" Hank, lloston, Mass. " of Conn. ; much to the appearance of the town and Hon Jas. W. Hyatt, Ilcconl ollice n few dayH iko and wiid: ton. Mr. Tom Walknr, of tho lirm of (JeorRe C Schofield, President N. V. Contract Thos. C Smith, President 17th Ward Hank, of wo hope our citizens may no longer Co., of New York. IJrooklynn, N. V. "Here, you win Mop my Record. L. M. Sanfsrd, President Dank of New Castle, Ky. Walker Doty, is able to he out again, walk in darkness. weeks ao after for tho paper three several days' illness. Mrs. Robert ADVISORY HOARD: Mrs. Polly Cook, aged 81, died at and liayo never (jot a copy yet; bo you L Uettis is visiting the family of lieorgu K. It True, Cash. U. S. Treasury, Washington; Gorrrnor her daughter's home, Mrs. Thompson Hon John It. Gordon, Governor of Georgia; Henry Feuchtwanjjer, Member of N Y. block of Tennessee; lion. Hobt. L Taylor can jUBt stop it." Nclcon Record. W. Uettis. Mrs. A.. J. Rice is spending Goyernor of Ohio; Exchange, New York; Koraker, Kx McQuoary, near Crab Orchard, Monday Hon. J. When a party in compelled to resort to a few days with the family of II. A. H. Hon. Richard 11. Bright, Ex U. S. Printer, or I'. K. Hoots, Cashier First National Hank, Litmorning. She had been paralyzed for tle Rock, Ark; CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. WashinRton; forco in order to retain power npiinrit Markshury. V Y. Robertson, President of First National Mann, several days before her death. She was Hon. II K. ol New Snp't Concord & Mentreal RailHampshire. Ilink, of Kearney, Neb. would road, the declared will of the people, it The musical entertainment by tlie The capital removal provision has born and raised in Garrard county. ZZH Betyn that there is no lorer a necessity pupils of Ciarrard College, under the di COMPANY, Hros. Jones, Hroadhurst and Living heen adopted and bids for its location lor the oxiateuce of such a party. The rection of Prof. Raphael Koester, at the are now in order. ston are conducting n meeting at the 244 Washington Stroot, Boston, Mass. time has come when tho republican mt-t- y on Monday evening, was Mr. Knott wiys that tho uniform Christian church here. They are earn can very well bo diHponsed with. attended by a largo and fashionnhle auThe Property of the Company Consists rule of taxation adopted if carried into est workers and wo hope thev will reap The best interest of tho country dience and highly appreciated by all efTect will drive tlie banks into liquida- a bountiful harvest, iiro. Hroadhurst FIRST. S.oooCity Lots, or 2.011 acres of land in the city of Tallapoosa, Haralson county, Georgia, the residue remaining unsold of 3,500 acres, on the centre of which trie city was originally built. Presthat it nhould he Hent into retire- present. Prof. Koester has shown him- tion; that they cannot live under it. received a telegram stating that his little ent value $1,084,765. ment. Georgetown Times. self to he the right man in the light SECOND. 3,458 acres ot valuable mineral land, adjacent to the city of Tallapoosa, all located within The country members got in their boy was sick and ho had to leave. tlie a radius of six miles from the centre of the city. Present value $111,900. If that august luwemblae place. Imminently qualified, thoroughly work on the cities by adopting tlio A burglary was committed last FriTHIRD. The issued capital stock of the Georgia, Tennessee & Illinois Railroad Co , chartered for convention will constitutional impressed with the importance of his amendment taxing all municipal proper- day uight by John Loekctt, colored, on the purpose ol building a railrjad from Tallapoosa, Ga., to Stevenson, Ala., no miles, that will net the Company nearly $1,000,000 of the cspital stock of railroad, paying 7 per cent, dividends permit us, wo will surest that while work and untiring in his endeavors to ty other than that used forgoverninental tku store of David Pnyne, hut there was Railroad, in the city of FOURTH. The Tallapoosa Furnace, on the line of the faith without works in dead, a lililo mix- promote the science to which lie bus debeing nothing missed except some old coins Tallapoosa, Ga., the said furnace iron. of 50 ton capacity, manufacturing the highest grade of cold purposes. e kind with their Present value $150,000. charcoal and not blast ture of faith in their voted his life, the proliciency of his puMr. Miller's effort to secure an ex- and pennies which were left in the monFIFTH. The Piedmont Glass Works, situated on the line of the Georgia Pacific Railroad, in the work will aid them very materially. pils bears substantial testimony to his being Ga emption from taxation of camp meeting ey drawer, ono of which was marked. city of Tallapoosa,ware. , said plantvalue 11 pot furnace capacity and manufacturing flint glass rlaiks Present $100,000 and prescription Tho average legislature in an evil, but a success as a teacher. Tho Intuuioii grounds to the extent of 20 acres, was as Ixckett while playing oontz with anothThere is already located on tho property of this Company in the city of Tallapoosa, Ga., 3,800 innecessary evil, ami in tho very nature of JociiNAt.'s critic, who was present, notes within the badly misdirected as it was rejected. er negro lost the marked coin and the habitants, a, 000 of whom are Northern people ho have settled in Tallapoosa churches, last three water works, years, 631 housrs, 15 manufacturing industries and 40 business house, schools, the case, something must bo left to that tho piano duet hy Misses Georgia Miller Since the degeneration of s winner went to Payne's store and bought electric lights, ?75,'"K hotel and new manufacturing industries building, etc. ZZZZZ 3 body. lutsville Times. and Mattie Walker as splendid; the it would he better to put a consti- something, offering the coin in payment, I'nder tho secret ballot republicanism piano solo by Miss ltfssie Webb as well tutional inhibition on them altogether. Stock of thus giving a clue to the theft. Both in Kentucky would dwindle in power executed; the vocal solo hy Miss Ada Are now offered to the public, the proceeds to be devoted to locating new manufacturing establishMr. Forgy, of Hutler, after stating negroes were arrested and upon trial ments and developing the Company's city property, at a and prestige as it dwindled in Indiana, Farm as very sweet; the violin solo by that the body had heen in eessiou over the winner was dismissed and Loekctt MassacliusetUf and in Rhode Island. In Miss Clyde H oilman as good; tho piano $3.33 1-- 3 100 days and that business had been was held over. Lockett is a new comer Indiana because Ouilleyisin and Ojiay- - solo by Miss Jennie Hurnsido as excelgreatly retarded by tho absence of a quo- hero and has proven himself of bad charThU is full paid stock and subject to noassrssments.lt wilt pay dividends April and October and the In Massachusetts lent; I8in were iuiK)teut. price will ue advanced to is nen tne 50,000 snares are soiu. the vocal chorus for female voices rum, oll'ered a resolution that the acter. as it is desired to Orders for stock will be filled as received, in any amount from one share and in Uhodo Island because tho power as well rendered; the violin nolo by Miss and the voters of this CommonMiss Mamie Henry, of Iincaster, is have as many small holders in all sections ol tue country as possible, u ho will by their Interest In the of coercion by tho mill owners oyer their Nellie Johnson as very good; the recitaimaigration to Tallapoosa and advance the interests of the Company. wealth are requested to notify any del- tho guest of Miss Maud Pettus. Henry Company influence operatives was taken away. Where the tion by Miss Hattio L. Marrs as splendid, egate absenting himself from tho conven- King, $ 10 00 will purchase 1 shares or $ 30 00 par value of stock. vho has been attending school at " ' " 30 00 9 90 00 secret ballot is there is freedom of elec- the piuno solo hy Miss May Hughes rs " " " " tion that his presence is required at tho Danville, is at home, very sick. Mrs. 150 00 15 50 00 is freedom of elec" " " ' tion and where thero 100 00 300 00 30 lovely; the violin solo hy Miss Mary Gill State-houin order to make a quorum, Mary J. Bailey, of Harrodsburg, is hero " " " 75 350 00 750 00 tion tho democratic party has nothing to as remarkable for one of her age; the vo And if he bo not present in IS hours, his on a visit to her son, Mr. J. It. Bailey. ' " ' " 1,500 00 150 500 00 ' " " " 1,000 00 3.000 00 300 fear. Covington Commonwealth. cal solo ty .Miss J'ruuie Uortlon as very nmuu and all other absentees be strick- Miss Maggio Buchanan has returned Address all orders for stock and make checks, drafts, or money and express orders payable to ifyt It ia hardly necessary to give credit good indeed; the piano solo hy Miss Ma- en from tho l. Tho resolution from quite a lengthy visit to her sister, Wattoreon Ga.-Alfor this, Nobody but Mr. Investment & Development Co., ry Rice as splendid; and tho violin duet was not adopted, but should be. Mrs. John A. Haldeman, of Louisville. JAS. W. HYATT, Treas. would ever be thought of in connection lotween Messrs. Homer, llatson and Olobo Building, 244 Washington St , Boston, Mass. Mr. Miller ottered a substitute for One young man is smiling. Mrs. Annie with iU Proi. Koester and tho vocal chorus ex- tho section of the tax bill that no munic- Wearon, Stanford, and Miss Nannie Tee illustrated Pruspectus.of Tallapoosa, Stock Prospectus of Company and Plat of City, with building lots mailed frecon application, Reliable agents wanted to represent the Compa- "When thlovca (all out," says the ad- cellent. ipality shall appropriate money or loan Denton, 01r raint Lick, ........ the Kuceta j price list ol C0Unty ,y in every age, and echo answers, "Iook at (Juay; . of Mrs. J. II. Stephens, tliis week. Mr. ... Ono of the most useful agents in its credit in aid of any individual corpolook at Hoar; look Jit Ingalls, and look to authorize municipalities to V. F. Abraham nnd his littlo son, Rob ration, over into tho House at Tom, Tom, tho bringing about a settlement of tho Indifor tlio purpose of ert, left this week for Knoxville, to even get away an trouble has been Chief "American join with corporations piper's son, who didn't making necessary public improvements which place his family moved sometime with hia pig." The venerable BUitwman Horse," who visited Lancaster a few Is a question asked the Grocer every day. for the comfort, convenience or health of auo, where they have been keeping n from Vermont may rub and rub that vears since in company with Dr. Waito. boarding-housMiss Isabel Owsley is was rejected. Tlio a community, but it red noao of his. It will do no gooil. He is a man of ability and is worthy of original section was then adopted nnd it visitinp Mrs. A. W. Montgomery. Mrs. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at the eeteem of his race ami the country "Whom tho Gods mean to destroy, whisa municipality to aid any corpo- John Edmiston, Misses Uillio Payne and forbids generally. ky will not save. ration or individual in nny enterprise HeBtiio Carson and Mr. Henry Pettus are and is Congressman Mills It has been suggested thnt inasmuch except for the construction and mainten quite sick. Mr. James F. Cummins and hut no sensible and non- as the Indian understands thoroughly ance of bridges, turnpikes and gravel wife have roiio to housekeeping in tho Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, man will censure him for his the mechanism of a Winchester rifle, he roads. partisan house vacated by Mr. J. C. Kinc on Som- Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried KverBinco the Christmas vacation erset street. We wish the new houseoutburst in tho House yesterday. .Speak- could bo readily taught the use of the er Reed has bullied and domineered plow and should he required to turn his the body has been tinkering on tlio taxa- keepers much happiness. Miss Mattie Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, over his political enemies in that body attention to agricultural pursuits. Why tion report, which is at last about set Henry nnd Messrs. Iiettis, Henry and Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip no long that the wonder is, not that ono nol allow ,jm t0 hold oilico and enter tled. The poll tax feature was reduced Harris, of Lancaster, were oyer Sunday. Beef,. Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, of them should simply hiivo denounced thu political aren? He could doubtless to $1.50 ah thu limit. The exempted list Miss Mary Parrish, who has been visithim on tho Moor, but that some ono of l10ltl his own in a stormy convention is considerably cut down, but it is still ing in Cincinnati, has returned. Messrs. N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. them had not actually used personal an,i 0i,tain recognition from tho speaker pretty large. It includes public proper- Vnrnie Tanner and Lige Cofloy, of violence. Such .retaliation, from a par- - wj,L,n , ci10He to address his fellow ty used for public purposes; actual plawere the guests of Mr. Alex .... .. . .1 Ilamentary sianopoiui, is io i. u uepi.-vmembers in Uongress. un tlio raging ces of religious worship, with tho Stephenson this week. avine .. . . .. . r. Ie: . . . 'hrd, of courao, but ono doesn't stop to stump he could doubtless hold his own grounds attached thereto, and used and my .NhW MAHl.h on Lancaster street lor rent or employ mo poiuo with many of the politi- - appurtenant to the houeo of worship, It. Anderson bought 10 Ithas ten UrKH Hox Stalls and is the very best Dick his words Danvillk. C. county Jack and Horse mannera of a Chesterfield when dealing cjlUl8 0f tb0 day, ami if necessary defend not exceeding J acre in cities or towns shnres of Farmers National Bank stock place in the season for alarge cistern at stand for the door A the coining with a bully. Louisville Post. his party with tho sharp edge of a and twoacreBin the country; places of at auction at $1S7.05. The Danvillo Ice Call on or address T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford A. ji.tf The time has como round again lor fining knife. Hy all means let the red buiial not held for private or corporate Manufacturing Company, with nu aua spade. Tho grand old brother enter the field of politics at the profit, and institutions of purely public thorized capital of $10,000, baa been incalling a spado charity, and institutions of education corporated by M. J. Farris, J. V. Harlan, party is between hell and tho earliest practicable moment. MT. VERNON, KY. not used or employed for gain by any j. A. Cheek, J. L. Bruce, Thomas is no other Bimilo that fit its case. There Thu censure that has heen indulged in person or corporation, and whoso inThe narrow slip of territory supposed to Hotels still maintain J. II. Otter, B. P. McGoodwin, This old and lio between tho devil and tho dtep bca i,y tj,0 pCoplu and tho press as to tho come is devoted solely to tho cause of J. A. Quiseuberry and William Cheek. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. q 0 t10 constitutional convention education, public libraries, their endow-ment- s The company also Becures tho privilege is an oasis in tho desort in comparison M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., and the income of such property of conducting n cold Btorago department with tho rocky promontory that juts out jlrt8 been, by no means, intended for tho Mt. Vernon, Ky. Thero aro ns it is used exclusively for their main- for tho preservation of meats, fruits, &c, into tho waveH of tlamo which surge up members indiscriminately. on ono men in that body who would adorn tho tenance; nil parsonages or residences nnd has tho right to run nn electric from tho McKinley rolling-mil- l datioual halls of legislation, thoSupremo owned by any religious society nnd oc- plant for lighting purposes orto generate Bide and seoth and hiss nmlil tlio inter ROWLAND, KY., Hill on tho other, Court or any other position to which cupied as a homo for any minister of Miss Jennie, daughter motive power. nal depths of tho Forco STANFORD, KENTUCKY, showerB of Reclproci - they might bo called, and these aro and crops grown in the of Andrew Wayne, died at Perryville. Doalors In Qrocorioa, Gonoral Meror priest, uido. Tho gentle chandise, &o., descend to slake tho burning l nmong those whoso wise counsel has year in which the assessment is made in Mrs. W. C. Lucas died at Occola, Mo., Invites an Inspection of his lino of oods. They lias a Ilarber Shop on Main street, opty will not of were bought for cash and the consequence it that posite I'ortman House, and invites a sharecalls your thirst of tho faithful. A very delugo of been practically ignored hy tho masses tlm hands of the producer. Provided Fridny, at tho residence of her and patronage. Prompt attention to outside he can sell at a lower figure than those whodoa Thero aro that household goods and other personal James II. Linnoy, aged 07. Advo- long credit business, lie desires a share of your special attention to ladies and childrec. Work free silver will not Bufllco to pay them of their fellow laborers. style with neatness and patronage, promising good goods at tho lowest liv- done in the latest out. For thero stands tho littlo gentle- those whoso silence has been construed property of persons witli a family, not cate. ing prices. beneath tho load o? into inditrerence ami inefficiency, while moro in value than L'50 shall be exemptman, who Btaggore Tho American Nntionnl Bank of his grandfather's hat, a veritable Lilli- in reulity thoy nro entitled to tho high- ed from taxation. Provided, further, Kansas City has been taken charge of by TEE CQMMERCIHL HOTEL putian Pluto, stirring up tlio fires of est credit for their prudence and discre- that tho General Assembly may author- a receiver. Tho liabilities aro estimated B. RILEY, Proprietor, P. J. n. OWENS, Manager, death with a veto, which is just long tion in not consuming valuable time in ize any incorporated city or town to ex- at while tho assets aro nomiouough to bo terrible to his imps, and frivolous discussion upon tho various, empt manufacturing establishments from nally $3,500,000. The failure was caused London, - - - Kentucky. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. not long enough to reach anybody else. topics presented by members who were municipal taxation for n period not ex- by the stringency in tho money market, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better t this popular hotel I have taken prepared than ever to It is tho republican diea irae. The day anxious to inako a display of their imag- ceeding five years as an inducement for dilliculties in negotiating loans, with- Good Liverv attached accommodate the public.- and iutend to run It charge class manner in every in a first. and every convenience debeing papered and painted Irom has come; tho day of doom is inary talents. The noisy member who their location. respect. It is of wrath drawal of heavy deposits, a run of cus tired, uivemeacaii. top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and FRANK RILEY. 77 ju'tuhead. Tho old thing is going to thrusts his opinions upon the body as everytning done la make it pleasant ana comforthas disposed of his tomers Friday nnd Saturday, and tho Augustus Sharpo able for guests. The tablo shall never be surpassthough ho were a Solomon, is not the to mako pieces. Whilst it lived, it lived in in Louisville failure of tho Clearing-housed by hotels in this section. J II. OWENS, death will bo pain- one whoso counsel should bo heeded. A mammoth dry goods store Let us hope its good its proffered support. Tlio other syndicate, which takes it at S100,-00pigmy can be flattered until he imagines to a except that a less, as wo sing: Mr. Sharpo retains half of tho stock banks were not affected, "Mury had Utile lamb. 31uo-Cfrahimself a giant, but it is wiso to rurnetu-W.- r Farm For Sato. manngo tho busi- run was made on the Savings bank, A to Hut where if Mary now?" tho Chinese proverb: "Heboid tho nnd will continue in the same buildness. Gen. John B. Castleman is among which did business This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen ind ing, and was supposed to be connected Whilo drilling in hia room at Miss drum; notwithstanding all its noise, it is tho directors of tho new company. I offerforsale privately the Henry Hester farm others not to trespass on our lands without pervail rich Reed's, at Harrodsburg, Charley empty within." American. It however pulled of 60 acres, ncarlthe balance bottom land; ai acres mission, as all such will be prosecuted t the fullLulu in grass. Tho New York Court of appeals has with the sown in wheat ; est extent of the law. Signed: Alcxander'a gun went oh", ponding a ball In tho constitutional convention on rendered n decision which is of interest through all right. . B.W.GAINES. J. II.MeKIV.VBY, The dwelling has six rooms and is in Rood retloor, ranging G LYNN, Tho citizens of Greenville, O., are pair. There is a now barn, good well, fine orch- Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHNHALLOU. through his foot and tho A lady who entered a the 17th, Mr. Swango insisted on strik- to shoppers. Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. JOS. fencing on the placer W. A. HAMILTON. C BALL, down through the coiling of tho room ing out tho provision authorizing the Btoro laid her cloak on a counter to try much wrought up over tho forcible re- ard and TUOS. I. S. PHILLIP" cash; balance in it and 18 M C REYNOLDS. and entering tho foot of . James Lillard. levy of a poll tax and Judge Whittaker on a new wrap. Tho cloak was Btolen. moval from the Catholic cemetery by orMrs. ALICE J. IIAUGHMAN. I. L. BECK. Possession to bo given Feb. 1, 1891. R. H. COOPER, post month threo people claimed that a poll tax was elevating to Bishop Elder, of tho body of Mrs. months. V. M. WARE, Within tho Tho court holds that tho proprietor of der of COFFHY. Mr. M. A. MARTIN. seriously wounded and two tho citizens with or without taxable Aprirto me Jennie Henry, because the woman wbb Stanford, Ky. or my agent, W. A. Tribble, at W. A. have been J. E. BRUCE,ROBERT HARNETT. tho store is liable for tho value of tho W, P. U RIMES. 3f ' killed from tho careless handling ol wea- property, and made tho poor man as ' J p PEYTON, M. D. not a Catholic stolen garment. pons. leul-hea- t, 1 buI-ecrib- well a the rich man feel himself part of llic I'nvcrmiKMit. Tho louic of tho nosi-- , itio; of Jlul WhitUker ia that it re-., , . i.i. quirea taxation w iinpremi u citizen wmi ... ,, rt litu i.itlTiitluliin. mill tll'll llf .,. ..- - ..... ....w.. MiU flb w. ...u would feel himself elevated just in pro- portion to the amount of Ids taxes. If there uro no other methods by which a citizen can bo made to feel that ho is a part of tho government than those of taxation, it would ho well for the consti- tutional tinkers to provide for tho heavi est Wixation possible. Most men, however, would rather be "elevated" in some other mode than by the dun of n sherih" for their taxes. The judge assumed to know how taxation allects rich and poor; thnt both are alike proud of tho fact that they nro subject to taxation and feel their importance on that account. If he in both rich and poor, lie win speak experimentally as to the ell'ect of taxation upon both classes, but the observation of mankind generally upon this subject is that rich men are apt to complain of excessive taxation and that poor men aro not disposed to he rebellious because the assessments imposed upon them have been too small. CRAB ORCHARD. ,.. 1 Mary "", onmK " was burned one tnight last week. loreI, . , . . '. . An Investment The house had not heen finished long. Nothing of value was saved. The medal contest held at tho Christian church Wednesday night was quite a success. The medal was awarded to Miss Mamie DeHorde. All did remarkably well. James Yantis bought of Willis Ad ueau of sneep, all huh, of Rockcastle, m Ule .THAT ia Twelve Months, Dividends April and October. :zpjz:z .; Ga. - pidnvestmentflDevelopinn ECo S4,500 Shares Thomson-Housto- n , 11 SUFFOLK TRUST Transfer Agents, court-hous- e, len-turk- y Georgia-Pacif- ic ere-atlv- camp-meeting- 50,000 Shares Treasury Special Price of Per Share. d, news-pape- rs " se . pay-rol- a. rSo-pag- e it WHAT HAVE YOUOrOT TO BAT ?" e. hot-heade- d A. A. WAIUREIT'S "MODEL GBiOCERTZV' quick-tempere- y, j - FOB KE1TT. j- hrass-tongue- d iron-work- s. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. j ' Sj-t- J. C. n, ELMORE 85-t- m E. II. FARMER, T0NS0RIAL ARTIST, first-clas- s sou-in-la- h. SS-6- THE RILEY HOUSE, clo-ve- r. e A Special Bargain. s3 m POSTED. tirst-cla- s Terms-Ono-- half - r" i V ii SfrWtr"-- - ? '"'; t -- 4T. 1 , 'MnkVyt sL Wk r -- -i iroi,.i nij". t.aaaua'jMO.jjjmr.'C" ?rtcrrt-rt- , "t?j.. jSryic: tWi'jl WW'i'otWjfW'W'Jrtiil' v MJ' -- n -- ....... . t.Trr.- - in i I. J4flB ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, - rirr-"- ...-- J- - -- r "'- -- -- - - !SA j m In Connecticut Senator Plait pulled last gotten tho "cloture" before tho Sen- through by the slight majority of soven ALL-ROUND ate nnd that has for the time being tak- over his democratic opponent. It isoentput from Washington that ,- January 23, 1891 en the placo of the Force bill. Tho Stanford, Ky."cloture" ia simply a gag law giving the there is a majority against it in tho comrepublicans tho right to cut oil debate mittee to which it was referred, anil the when they choose. If it is forced through, silver bill will not be reported in tho We efofi We and it is said that Mr. Morton is ready to House. negro A n Arkansas mob assaulted a end, the Force bill we do his part to that to TiiKRRwnsn li. o. t. in the IIouso will bo passed as a matter of course. named Rich Brown, in his houe, near ntiiv.h Rnri.nd. Offer. of rmn.n.in. nn Tuesday ami n similar caloric condition The leaders of tho republican party Little Hock. He defended himself with We do believe goods to one To quicTi-l- y existed for a short tinio Wednesday. seom bent on doing everything to ac- a shotgun and killed one and wounded Speaker Keed made n ruling even more complish their complete destruction. another of the assailants. unfair than usual, when Mr. Mills, unn-bl- e Tho lT. S. Supreme Court has decidTinhway was it tough day in legisla- ed that the Virginia law restricting the his indignation, went up to restrain to the chair and denounced lived for tive bodies. An' exchange pays: "Speak- sale of dressed meats from other States perpetrating a fraud on the House. Sev- er Heed called up the Sergeant-at-Armis unconstitutional, because an interfere In the New ence with commerce. eral republicans took up the quarrel and to help him yesterday. Mills being backed by bis party, a per- Hampshire legislature the republie.in Miss Harpe Baker, a young lady We sonal collision seemed imminent. In the managers called in the police. In Ne- prominent in society at Dixon, commitSome a, midst of it nil the, Maine bulldozer sat as braska they had tho militia. In Colora ted suicide by shooting herself through been, calm as a clam, but finally ordered the do and Wisconsin they tried revolvers. tho heart. She had attended a ball tho sergeant-at-armto produce the niace In Montana they used fists. In Connec- night before and quarreled with her lovand this acted liko oil on the troubled ticut they are still threatening the use er. Tho body of the mail carrier bewaters. Keed stuck to bis ruling nnd of Catling guns. Let us have a Force tween Whitesburg and Big Stone Gap only smiled when Mills charged that bo bill for the North." was found with two bullet holes in it was no gentleman. lie has tho most Tun Illinois legislature seems to be and the mail pouch rifled. The man remarkable control over himself and on tho senatorial question, had been missing since the Christmas Goods, therein lies bis power over his partv and Goods, is exceedingly but it is hoped and believed that the storm. the House. His conduct Boots. company, with Austin Corbin of are voting for A exasperating, but Mr. Mills' outburst of three Alliance men, who head, admitting be bad strong provo- Streeter, will realize the error of their the Long Island railroad, at its passion, way and go over to Gen. Palmer, who was incorporated in New York to concation, shows that ho is not even temYou 100. struct a tunnel between New York and pered enough to be speaker, to which baa 101 votes to Oglesbv's Brooklyn. The capital is placed at position be aspires. Our own McCreary Sknator Stanford has oirered a bill for is tho bent all around equipped man soil-c- ll to expend a million of dollars in providGloves, E. Elwood, of Mount Morris, Mich., the place that has been mentioned. Ho ing an extension for tho White House. 75c to years iieiii-t-a lruosseu lie would uie nine never lose 8 bis head. This would bo a waste of money. The Ho was so sure of it that he bad his We do. U two "or is much too largo now for the tombstone erected and dated 181M. His Gov. II u.i. was unanimously chosen House nronhetic vision was at fault, as ho has by the New York legislative caucus for little man who occupies it. we o we just died. U. S. Senator nnd the republicans conall-rouweek Tin: Glasgow Times speaks of the be sold, A Jessamino county woman has givis ferred a liko honor on Mr. Kvarts. It soul of John Gaines, of the How understood that Gov. Hill will remain ling Green Times. We were a Ware that en birth to a healthy child that has two in tho executive ollice till next Decem- John's legs are very crooked, but are perfectly formed faces. The faces, which ber, if there is no extra session of Con- surprised at this statement. He must be in nowise rebemble one another, are located at right angles on the front side of gress. The final ballot in the legislature in a very bad fix. the head. was taken at noon Wednesday, when Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. The bodv of Tom Welch, an emIyoxington papers never get here SI and Evarts 7!, the Gov. Hill received Tiik s Middlesboro, at full vote of each party, tho democratic till tho day after publication. A little ploye of the majority being but two. An effort was investigation as to the wherefore is in formerly of St. Ixniis, was found on the The Indiana legislature, in joint L. & N. raihoail track, near tho crossing maile to prevent one of the democrats order. I). W. Voorheos I". S. session, of that city. It is feared the man was from voting by having him arrested for lie received 19 votus and Senator. NEWSY NOTES. murdered. forgery ami embezzlement, but a mere The Commercial Hotel, on Marktt Gov. HoveylO. take a man's charge is not sufficient to in ColSenator Teller was A eonstnble and deputy Bberitf were street, Louisville, ban been boug.'it by a rights from him, as he is supposed to bo orado and Senator Jones in Arkansas. composed in imrt of W. N. murdered near Rogers, Ark., by two syndicate innocent until the reverse is proven. Miss Octavia Bronaugh, of Harrods-burQs'gXj W. T. Grant and will be brothers nnuied Sheppnrd, whom the ofSome profess to think that Gov. Hill's died in Louisville of catarrhal fe- Haldeman and ficers were attempting to arrest. Ono known as the Alexander and run by election will give him it tremendous ver. of the Mioppanls was arrested. Ia Roceiving His "Uncle Joe." Cll flin wl linmrinira in flirt IT. S. boom for the presidency, but it is more Census reort shows that tho. quanrepIn the Washington legislature he has touched the last year, Judge Lynch tied the knot in than probable that resentative Metcalf sent to tho speaker tity of distilled spirits consumed in the 12G." top ot his ladder of fame. claimed had been given arts, manufactures and medicine in the Several St. Louis importers have en- $2,500, which he Lt. Gov. James W. Bryan, who has tered suit to test the McKinley taritr him as a bribe to vote for W. II. Csl United States during the year ending Goods Warranted nnd a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. been favorably mentioned as a possible law. kins, candidate for the United States December 31, lv0, was 10,07(5,8 12 gal- Ions. candidate for governor, says ho will not Lily White, a colored girl at Luxing-W. A.Tribblesoldto P. W. Green Senatorsbip. "I bis handsome roadster gelding for about W. F. Parker went to the public ton, iKHsoued her father and mother and offer for tho position. Says he: need not say what an honor I would es- $aoo. school at Syracuse, N. Y., in which his two other negroes by putting arsenic in and shot her dead. their cotfee. The only cause suggested teem it for the people of my native State The oil house nnd repair shop of tho wife was a teacher to deem mo worthy of being chosen K. C. The green eved monster was tho cause it that the girl was whipped by her fath-- ! at Paris burned; loss $4,000; ingovernor. But a man's first duty is to U'.ltrli In.ir.rtrr is, X.. V !. k., ucnier in- and Mr. Parker will likely become a vic- or the day before. Sne con'o ses tl o iv. ivaa 'lS.Vt'l sured. his family, mid inasmuch as I am tim of electrocution. crime. O ftVfi The C, II. it D. has purchased the y x. drr ii r m t rm t upon my profession for my Dr. S. A. Kker, of Fostoria, O., who 3l - - -- The announcement is made that S. Dayton, Fort Wayne and Chicago for $1,- my pretty widov with S. Parker, division passenger agent of livelihood, that sacred duty forbids was charged by a 154.000. aspiring to, or taking any office that rape, while in his office having her teeth tho L. h X., will also have charge of the Mrs. Caroline Hardin, Repairing Neatly nnd Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. would compel mo to give up the prac- of fixed, died from the elfects of the scan- Kentucky Central division. S. F. B. Gen. Watt Hardin, died at Lawrence-burtice of my profession." This decision dal, although he was pronounced inno- Moree, general passenger agent and Genaged 70. A will be received with regret by the talcent before the courts. eral Freight Agent Charlea Brown will I will take old The new plant of the Standard Mogold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ented young man's friends all over the A man named Davis, who bad mar probably have their oilices abolished tor Co., of Chicago, was destroyed by and State. Jim Bryan is Lewis, a pretty widow nt Som- when the new management takes bold. ried Mrs. fire; loss 5142,000. big brained and we should have liked of bed by DetecBoth gentlemen have been at the head Von Borries & Co., dealers in cloth- erset, was dragged out monstrous well to have put in one for tive Baten and taken to Knoxvillo for of the freight and passenger departments iers' and tailors' supplies, Louisville, him. murder, committed last September. The of the Newport News ami Mississippi have failed for $150,000. bride is nearly frantic with grief. Cor W. M. Hull, who accompanied Valley, Kastern Division, ami their head-The case of Judge Charles E. Kin-di- d King Kalakaun, of tho Sandwich Mr. Watterson on his lecture tour in larters will probably bo at Lcxingtou. for killing Congressman Taulbee CORHER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. laudB, died at San Fiancisco, where he Iowa, save in an interview with the baa been set for trial March 10. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. was on a business visit. His body will Louisville Times that saloons run right Tho Hon. Chauncey F. Black was along in most of the towns of the State, nominated for United States Senator by be embalmed and taken home by a U. At Columbus, Intl., Itosani Keller Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, I loncy, Syrups, His sister, who married nn jnst as if prohibition had- - never been the democrats of tho Pennsylvania leg- S. has sued for divorco from Peter Keller, Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Englishman, is heir to the throne. Lard, Flour, Meal. beard of. This evidence may be consid- islature. to whom she has been married 40 years. Tho Tennessee legislature will folered conclusive, since it comes right She is 7" and he SO. She charges cruelThe Misouri supremo court cut off GOODS: natural like for the colonel to investigate 20 square miles of Kansas City's territo- low Alabama's example nnd hold up tho ty and desertion. making an appropriation for an exsuch matters, not always for publication, ry and 15,000 of her population at one bill Cheese, Maccaroni, Flavoring Miss Mamie Miller, of New York, Spices, Extracts, hibit of the State's resources at the aged 1"), lias eloped with her but as an evidence of the good faith he fell swoop. r, Raisins, Figs, Citron, Prunes. Currants, World's Fair until after the Federal Sen- Herman Buel, aged 20. Hermothttr will has in spiritual matters of that kind. Freddy Gebhnrdt and Bob Hillard Parlor and lull Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, ate has tuken action on the Force bill. The prohibition law eeems to amount had a set-t- o at a French ball over get a divorco and let her daughter have the Vjuecnsware and l in ware. In the Senate Wednesday tho demo-cial- the tickle husband. simply to local option. Where tho local Jersey Lily and pommeled each other of the jourmoved for a correction public sentiment is in favor of it, there considerably. The monotony of tho oft repeated c& nal in regard to the action on the are no open drinking places: where it is Enoch A rden romance has been varied The U. S. Supreme Court has decidreeo'ution taken Tuesday evenii g, by a Pennsylvania Mrs. Anion's novel not, tho festive barkeeper nourishes as ed that children of polygamous marriages nnd then debated the matter all day and plan of settling the question of "Whose usual. are entitled to share in thu distribution m at midnight the Senate adjourned, with wife am I'"' She drew straws and the Bkvknuk Aoknt Wilmoue is 6aid to of their father's estate. the journal not approved. fates decided in favor of Enoch. Louishave resigned bis position. If this is Russell Petty, who killed Win. Cole Tho Alabama legislature refuses to ville Tunes. true, Mr. Wilmore can get a lucrative po- in a quarrel over 25 cents lost in a crap appropriation for a State exDulr In .... The marringo of Mr. Simeon Worth-nsition as a freak in n museum, for a re game, last June, at Paducah, has been make an tho World's Fair, untiltho Force hibit at and Miss Jennie Myers was duly give up an office sentenced to hang April 17. publican who would bill is defeated. Tho ground is taken solomn;7.-- at tho residence of her sister, GROCERIES AND QUE ENS without being kicked out would be a Assistant Secretary Bussey has debecomea a law it Mrs. E. B. Caldwell, Tuesday morning, curiosity worth any man'H money. cided that the mother of a soldier who that if this measure GlaBawnro, Tlnwnro, &o. injury to Alabama and by Uev. George Hunt, nfter which tho Among tho applicants for Iiih placo are became insane from army service, and will work such Has on hand afresh supply of canned goods ol every description, would bo useless to contracting parties left for a visit to it Col. John K. Faulkner and Woo lford G. committed suicide, ia entitled to a pen- tho South that spend money to try to induce hwuigra- - frien Is in Danville and vicinity. Tho maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a first-cl.iTJunlap, the latter backed by Surveyor sion. Collier, who is with him in Washington Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, Mr. John Finzer, President of tho A train on tho Wo Grande railroad, couplo have been lovers for somo timo grocery. urging his appointment. Five Brothers' Tobacco works, nnd a in Texas, was wrecked and robbed by nnd while they have been a littlo tardy raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, member of the Board of Park Commis- 15 masked men. They placed obstruc- in consummating their happiness, wo a trial. Zen Ward has with Jrawn his suit for sioners, died at Berno, Switzerland, Sun- tions on tho track, dornilod tho train, hope it will bo none tho less great than 5100,000 damages against tho Louisvi'le day night. held up the passengers and got away if they had united many years ago. Post, thereby virtually admitting the On Tuesday evening, tho ICth inst., Oliver Hixon, the negro who at- with about $20,000 in Mexican money, chargeH made by that paper that he had tempted Bra- - Mr. Jnrrett Williams, of Liberty, Mo., a criminal assault on a white which was en route for shipment at attempted to swindle the city by false girl near Fayette, Mo., was taken from zos by the steamboat Morgan to New and Miss E. Jennio Cochran, of Peabody, bills ot lading for granite Tho Post is the jail by a mob and hanged from were quietly married by Eld L. C. the Oilcans. not afraid to call a spado a spade or any limb of a tree. at the residence of J. E. Bruce county farmers' The Jeflereon line gentleman (?j a thief, if tho grounds Tho Winchester opera houso will delegates to tho conferenco and took the train thesanio evening for elected warrant it. Judge Finley is a bad man be rebuilt on a grand scale Tho bride's and the city of farmers and laborera nt Cincinnati, in their Missouri home. Creek and it won't do to from Bitter friends, whose name is legion in Marion council ha.s agreed, in order to help the February, but instructed them to oppose monkey with him. company recoup, to charge it no license tho attempt to form a third party, and to county, will deeply deplore her loss. leave the convention if this be insisted She will ever be rornembered among Tiik Texas legislature has just can- for several years. It is said that after Feb. 1, the E. T. upon. President Bedinger said after- thoin as one of tho noblest and best of vassed the vote for governor nt the last women and their best wishes for bur ofection: Hogg, dem.. 202,4:52; Flana- V. & G. system will run a through train wards that the farmers would abandon happiness and welfare will follow her to n daily from Junction City to LouiBville tho alliance before they would quit their gan, rep., 77,712; Heath, pro., her now home. Mai ion, Kas. liecnrd. ' democratic majority over tho republi- and return by way of Burgin and tho present party organization. hi has decided Tho brido has many roktivts hen-- , Louisville Southern. Tho District Court cans of 184,720. Thin will do tolerably Tho Confederate flag was displayed against tho Louisiana Lottery in tho where she is tho democrats say this isn't a well, but AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON of Slato to The Kentucky Uorso Hreedera' Aspatching of what they will give Grover in Richmond, Vu., on tho occasion oftho suit to compel the Secretary and Ohver Chilled Plows I have just received a brand new stock celebration of Gen. Leo's birthday and promulgate tho lottery amendment to sociation has made arrangements and Cleveland in 1SD2. and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is the northern noodles are shrieking in the constitution, passed by tho last leg- conditions for the first trotconceded the best one made. Tiik promised stampede to Taggart, impotent fury again. islature, in order that tho people may ting stake ever uuaranteed in AmerDavid Jacks, tho Monterey county.- - voto on it at tho next election. Ho rethe fanners' candidate for U. S. Senator ica. It will bo trotted in Lexington i5L3STD FA3XTC1T in Pennsylvania, did not materialize Cal., millionaire, can ride 20 miles in a fused to do this on the ground that the by foals of Ibill, when two and three Ho only got 11, while Don straight lino on his own land. Ho is a amendment was never properly paased yours old, Tho worth a cent will go Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. Cameron secured 144 nnd Chauncey F. Scotchman and in 1841) stowed himself by tho legislature, having been vetoed mile heats, best two in three, and tho I can furnish you almost anything you need in the Hardware Black 91. Don still rules tho roost in away in a barrel on a vessel bound for by the governor. The case will bo ap- - nest year wi.ll go mile heats, three in or Grofive. cery line. California. Keystone State- pealed. the Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Mb. Ai.nnicn, of Ilhodo Island, has nt I , REDUCTION. W. F. WALTON. I are busy, while almost every one is complaining of dull times. are always busy, simply because have at all times" something special )nirl Jottlin$ our nrescnt stock must, not in carrying season another. from accomplish s inter-Stat- THIS DESIRED RESULT 'n have reduced, the prices throughout our entire stock. things have only borne slight reduction; others have considerably, reduced while not a few have had their s FORMER PRICES will Do Well CUT IN TWO. dead-locke- d The Biggest Bargains are in Dry Overcoats and llamburgs, Laves, White . bow-lecc- ed What we Have to Offer Ton Before purchasing elsewhere. 500 pairs Ladies' Kid slightly 81.50. IJamburgs J a yard, worth aL2V'erl)au' worth from have a lot, a lot of lots, VJLKLUJllb! three of a hind from several lots, all sizes for men. Storm Coats, Ulsters nnd regular cut nave sola all fie season for uvercoais irnicti and $6 start this at $3, and all other goods will at reductions at nd to See THE t LOUISVILLE -- STORE rKIIANSKY, Proprietor. water-work- H.G.RUPLEY,- g, FALL AND WINTER GOODS. - 1 ' ROBERT FEftlZEL, T A ! ti n m w rci w m step-moth- g, FINE WATCHES SPECIALTY. d If q Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS flag-ship- . step-fathe- 1 B ch-tu- ru FARBIS ETA:RDm.v1 J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, m d WARE sl T. JB. n, FOSTER, alli-nn- 1 well-know- "hii STAPXJ3 GROCERIES, two-year-ol- - . t- - -.- ivw. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJquknal U3, 1891 Wantkd. A. Wnrren'n "Motlel Grocery." Stanfoiid, Ky., - January IE.O.W-A.I.TO- Goto linked. uIub. A BuiTiiDAY Dinnkii. Mr. Tinsley Hpoonamore gave an elegant birthday About 25 of hiH Kurria & llnnlin for liominy dinner Wednesday. friends were present and partook of hiB They cnii bo cooked in 15 mill hospitality. Fri-ul- i toll-gat- o Yellow Mutter nt A J Attention is called to the Shelton House, Howland. The new proprietor, Mr. J. II. Greer, is n man and determined to keep tho hotel up to its high standard. wide-awnk- o The Old Reliable Jeweler IE in the Lead. keeper on tho Dr. J. K. VanarBdalu baa Wantkd. A SAi.KorI.oT. Wk thought our Hustonville Bcribe Stanford and Ottcnhcim turnpike. C. bought He v. John Bell Gilmon's lot on was so tightly wound up that ho would M. Jones, Prcs. Somerset pike for 1760. It contains live take n long time to run down, but we Has the largest and acres. Tho doctor is figuring with an were mistaken. What's tho matter, docMEANS BUSINESS. A mo lot of Dr. Warner's health corMOST COMPLETE STOCK sets to close out tho line nt f each. Joe architect for a plan for a building on it. tor? Take soniothin' nnd brace up. Yorii account is duo and ready, Cul S. Jones, Cash Bargain Store. JriKiK W. K. Vurnon has had looks and OF Tiik stockholders here in tho Metropolitan National at K.ins.is City will he doors put on the court house and ordered TiiniTKKN pound of granulated sugar and settle and oblige A. It. IVnny. "Watches for SI; Arbuckle's codec 2i cents per interested in hearing that Mr. J. S. that the jailer keep them locked at night. telegram from This should hnve been done long ago, ever shown in Stanford at prices pound. Cash Bargain Store, opposite HocKerhaa received PERSONAL POINTS. President K. W. Hocker stating that his even at the risk of breaking up n favoi-it- e as low as the lowest. Bortman House. bank was not in tho least alluded by tho resort of lewd men and women. Miw. H. S. Witiikiw in quite ill. I)ok out for your projierty to bo ad- failure of the American National there. Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Mk. J. K. Huston lina taken a position Death. News was received yesterday who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to if you do not settle your tax. vertised with I. M. iiruco. "Tiik Penalty of Crime," which is de- of the death of Jack Adams, Sr., at his am compelled to wind up my business. LuikCoi'Pky, of Liberty, in vMUiik Ii'ih scribed as a thoroughly sensational dra- homo at Mt. Vernon, from a general giv- send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old L. C. T. I. Newlan.l, inotlier, Mrs. I'ollv Coll'ey. Your trade and work is solicma, will be presentedat Walton's Opera ing iiwnv of tho system. Ho was 75 gold and silver taken at market price. W11.MM, ol KirkHville, in Mish A I'ATKNT has been granted Willis House Feb. lit, by the distinguished years old nnd his long nnd honorable ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. tlie KUtt of Mr. J. It. JatneH. Adams, Jr., anil James Mnret, Mt. Ver- comedian, George Bennett, supported by career is nn open book to the poople of C01.. Sii.ab A dau. of Liberty, wiw in non, said Adams nwignnr to L. B. Ad- the handsome and talented soubrette, this section. Five' children survive A FULL LINE OK town TiH'wIuy on leg-- bii.siiivnH. ams, for an apparatus for preserving ilsh Miss Kiln Hunter, and a good company. him. Mrs. C. S. Nield, Misses Ida and is tbo alive. iMioh Lir.tK Di'NN, ol Boyle, May Adams, Willis and Jack Adams. Tiik county committee met yesterday guent of ber ulHter. Mrs. M. S. Iinu);h Tiik Lincoln county Building and Sav- and accepted tho resignation of Capt. We expected a full account of Mr. Adman. ing Association's hooks are still open for Thomas Richards, after which a call was ams life nnd death from our Mt. Vernon Miw. Koiikkt Kknzki., wbo ban buen correspondent yepterday, but hie letter of Btock to to iiiittill witb a norvoiiH npull, in much subscriptions 1K1I1.a new pcriesits olllce in made for the democracy of Stanford pre- failed to arrive and it was too late then date, Jan. 1, Call at cinct to meet here nt 2 o'clock, January for bi'tter. Of all sorts, sizes, kinds and shapes. us to secure particulars. Co. J. H. 31, to elect a committeeman. The comMiw. Cot.. J. M. Hksi.kv wont over to the Farmers Bank it Trust mittee is then requested to meet here on Lexington yesterday to viwit her iIiuikIi-ti- Baughmiui.Secret.irv. NEW ADVEKTISE3IENTS Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Flour, Lard, Beans, Mince Meat, county court day and select n chnirinnn. Mrn. Johnson. Tiik house of Mrs. l'at Muldoon, who Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Apple Butter, "O. Is Homowliat iuc livi Ml us Maimi son the Hale's Well road, burned A ckiitain man in town, who does not K." Lard, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Coffee, Teas, Salt, Lime and proved? but not uullieiently to fix her Tuesday evening, together with most of think it necessary for him to patronize THE SHELTON HOUSE, wedding day again. Cement. the contents. The lire caught from the the institutions of the home where he J. II GREER.. Proprietor. Mu. J. II. U .v inks is over from I.t'.ing-to- chimney and burned before assistance gets his own living, sent oil" to Louisville Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Qucensware, Tinware and Harness. - to attend the bedside- of his father, arrived. The old lady managed to mo for n job of printing the other day.think-inH. V. (inines, who continues very ill. one bed and her sewing machine. lie would save n nickel or so. He Kir( !h accnmmoilal!- - at rtmoi.alilc rates. Miw Mack Hiiitk and Miss Annie FLOW & SFECIRLTY. got n worse job than we would dare Open .lay and night Sample room anil good Ihiry OLIVER CRILLEB in conneillon Tin: Odd Fellow sure making consideraAVrj have returned from a hhort lnit to to send out and the whole cost him 15 Cipt and Mrs. Kiehnrds fit Junction ble improvements in their lodge room, cents more than our regular rates. MorAt exceedingly low prices. Berlin Kettles going at cost. . PUBLIC SALE. which is now useil by half a dozen IV y. al: Patronize home institutions, or at A reception and congregations. JANUARY 34U1, Missis Ivtta Aiiams, Nannie Dunn get their prices before you send at ON SATURDAY,Mablr, ill Lancaster, I will tell Walker S Doiy't Ky . tt room has been fitted up and carpeted least nndllorence .leukins, of Danville, are head of MONTANA UORSKS and MARKS, two to mi year old. of fine slir ami all the rooms have had most im- your money off. Marcn with foal to an Haugh-iiui1s1tlng their cousin, Miss Annie imported Norman hone. Sale madrono credit of proved electric lamps placed in them. Tin: Lincoln County Building nnd 6 month bearing 6 per rent, interest until paid A C SINF. J N ME.VLFEE " Will alto ull a fine utern Saddle, ahmct tn'iv is going right along Mim Kriiui. Haiikio, of lndlnnajwlis, W II ROIIIIINS Homk. Mr. A. J. luirp, the Lohii Association Boi'kiit a 4 who Msited Miss Bessie Keid during the photographer, has bought of Mr. W. G. helping those who wish to secure bonus W. M, Kerby, Auctioneer and making its stockholders over S per li'il days, retiirnnl Wednesday and is Baney IS feet front of his lot on lower cent. A dividend of S1..S5 a share was agiiiu her guest. Main street and contracted with him for for the last six months, altho' The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. yt B. Mi'Ki.smey is confine! to his a Of life u cottage. Tho price paid for declared had been paid to Jan. 1. A nlight ntbtrk of uinhirial but room witb n beWhat to Eat and Where to Get It LUMBER, the whole is 1,125. Mr. Baney will SASH, now series of stock has just been opened h m r. Jo- Swninc, Jr , is convales-Everything i to high gin at once tho building of the cottage liOOSfcS, and Secretary J. II Baugbmau invites lfou want to hnd good to ult you, as welt as mg from a tdmilar trouble. and hays it will further add to the good pmcs, go to the investors to call and see for themselves BLINDS, Miw.lv T. Yot'vo and children, of appearance of that end of town. II. ROUT CO.'S, - that they cannot do better with their D.illas, Texas, pisel through Wedneh-d- a M II Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. At I'owcm' old stand, and you will find them just Oni Wr.u.Tii. Suprvior J. M. Cook money. to Jjincaster to visit her wrents, i chnapas he ued to sell them. Give us a trial and be oninccd that this is the place fur tells us that tho taxable property in (apt and Mrs. F. J. White. Hoots and Mines at cost hull line of BiriiNKiiTO Dkitii. Mrs. Lucy Cook, Jessio Cook, u( Lincoln county is assessed at Sfi,000,000 1'iiK ImiidHome Mif (receries, all ni'w and fresh All kinds of produce wife of Bev. Strotlier Cook, was so badly wan'ed KfrfS, Means, Chickens, ni.h Mutter, Stanford precinct We carry a full stock of everything found in a Hus'onville, took the train here Wed- divided as follows: produce line. in burned that she lived but a few hours. iia, Feathers most any thin j H theROUT CO r". 9J nesday for Nashville, whera she will $2,385,000. Hustonille SI, 000,000, husband had gone to church, leav505,000, Walnut Flat $21,000. Her it.it her sihter, Mts. B.J. Lyhw. ing her at home with n young negro Mu M. D. Hikiiib wHsover TueMlny Grab Orchard S351.000, Highland Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract There aie boy. She went to sleep while reading a As Administrator with the. will annexed of I. M. t see his brother. T. V. Hughes, olF and Waynesburg SI 82,000 paper near nn open lire, nnd the paper for building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. I'hi!ip. deed I will, before the again for Hot Springs." The latter has a 3.:W0 voters in the county. fell from her lap to the grate, igniting door in Stanford, on magnesia spring runted there which pays Don't W.nt HiM..Marshal O. J her clothing. The negro throw n bucket 9U1, 1891, Lln from JM) to Sl.V) a month. New land received a telegram from (Jen. of water over her, but It did little good. of Kayette, was Mk. W. M. Swoi-k- , best bidder Taylor, chief of police of louisvillt. yes- She was 70 years of ago and hnd spent Oiler at public sale to the highest and ol a House tho very desirable home, connsiinK Li re Tuesday en route to his nihter, Mrs. terday, stating that he had Silas Kmbry her life in the service of tho I.ord. She and ten Acres of Land on Dmvillc Avenue of Ballard's, in liurrard, to sue his father, which J M I'hilips died possessed in tow and that if he was wanted here, raised n family of 12 children, all of contains 3 rooms and kitchen and all theThe house necessary who has just aulfured a stroke of paralyDrugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall he could be had by coining for him. The whom survive but one, who was killed outbuildings Sale- Six and i months, equal paylerms of sis. The old gentleman is 81 ami it is Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, marshal telegraphed the chief that he in the service of the I.03t Cause. One of ments, notes with approved securltr, made payatnyielf as Administrator aud boating interfeared that ho cannot survive the shock. was ble not wanted, but on the contrary the her sons, F.hler Strotlier Cook, is n mis- est to day of tale. from Jewelry and Silverware. Miw. W. (5. Sala and her pretty W E. VARNON. citizens here would like to see him sionary to Africa nnd it will bo mouths Admr J. M I'hilips with will annexed. 94 Ora, leave .Saturday for daughter, Mlsa kept in Louisville or sent further nway before he will hear of his terrible loas in Chicago, where they will reside in the if possible. It will be remembered that bis mother's tragic death. Mrs. Cook future, During their sojourn here they the little rascal found his way into M. wiw a member of the Baptist church for Railroad Tho have made many friends, w ho reluctantI). Klmore's cash drawer the day he over half n century and was a lovely (!. Sala, wbo ly give them up. Mr. W. JsT 2. "2 took his departure. christian, a devoted wife nnd n tender On 10, preceded them several weeks, has eng mother. An old gentlemnn who was DR. HALL, with be with us again, I). gaged with the Illinois Central railroad GUTTINO HkaIIV VOIt TIIK St'MMKIl. 3 present says that tho funeral sermon, And deliver one of his inimitable letturcs. We n v) and we are glad to say has a lucrative G. Slaughter has rented out his Mt, Ta Q. rn have only to relcr you to those who heard him to which was preached by Bev. W. A. position. and sold his stock of goods know whether it will pay jou to K". These leco s - .2 bor property at Shawnee Bun Church, was tures are as pure and chaste as can be written in 3 electMu. Sai W. Mknekbi: has been and rented his Paint Lick store and the English language aud we commend them to O Kappa dwelling to Messrs. Short A Co., of Lex- the most touching ho ever listened to lheyount and old, the ni.ilf. the female, the bached president of the Tan Thetu r: u n tho procession is said to have elor the elder aud very class of the community. C 3 Vt Georgetown College, an honor ington, who will take possession on Feb. and that Nciety of the management of the been the largest ever seen in Mercer The lecture is under Christian Endeavor Society '1 hey are to b benwhich shows how high ho stands in the 2d. Mr. S. will return to Green Briar weresixtof her efited as well as the speaker, so we hope all will In a Springs early in February and begin the county. The 2 to near mm estimation of his C "i young men ranging in turn94out 61 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR a. "i letter to his father bo tells of the excit- erection of several new building for the age from 17 to 21 years. ing conteht and his dual victory bv a season of 1501. He says he is determinvT Vitt'of 20 to 17. The honor was never ed to make an excellent carriage road p The MriuiKii or Gkoiuik Kmhiikk. I hae finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerbefore bertowed on any but graduating from Crab Orchard to his springs this The Guthrie, Oklahoma, Capital gives pike, miles trom .s o u members and Sum is the proudest boy in summer and leave nothing undone the following account. "Ira N. Torrill set furnish7 any kind ofStanford and am prepared I.U.MDER. SHINGLES, to 3 S. TRICES tbo State. IIi it n great man in elec- to make his resort the most attractive in rushed out of tho IjuuI OHiee and turned Ac , at LOWES deliver, to I will sell tho Givet suit purchasers. the mill or abruptly around to George W. Kmbree, me a trial. Postoffice, MAYWOOI), KY. tions and never fails to take a big part Kentucky. C. C. BREESE, Jowelor, J S.WELLS, Ph. G. Proeo. Oik. I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stan' jT.'r the democratic nominees in every and said inn loud tone "You are a ford or Howland at a aj pcr.M. It is a little soon tobcgiutalking about race. was standing !' Kmbree, who T&T 13. A. B. IIASTIN tho horse season, hut. already some stal- with his back to the west and leaning CITY AND VICINITY. Mian Street, Opp.Court.House, STANFORD, K lions are being ad vertised in tho Lexing- against the fence, near the little gHte - ton and Paris papers. These are there- opening into the government nere, Ohanous IK) cents, a down . S. S. MyEXECUTORS' fore to remind you that when you are promptly applied the same to Terrill, ers. As Executors ol the last will and testament of ready to elaborate on the blood and ped- which ho himself had been called. Joint O. Neul, dec d, we will, in Go to Karris & Hardin'rt fo lUIXOd egioe of those you wish to stand, that Take that back or I'll kill you!" fell 27, '91, the Intkhioh Juuiinal Ib ready to ac- then from Terrill's lips in thunder tones pickles. lM- commodate you in any shape, witli of testator At 10 o'clock, at the old for fresh and out came his polished revolver, tho adjoining the larm of J Lewis farmnear 'turners Go to The B. F. Bout Co., F. Cash, We do hammer clicked and an Instantaneous ville Llncolu Co., Ky., tell at public auction, to and other adornments. apple butter, pigs feet, Ac. not claim to do work cheaper than any- report said too plainly that in urder was the highest bidder, the following described personalty, account is ready and must be body else, but we do assert, without fear to be committed, une eecomi, mini, 8 head of nice Feeding Cattle, i Mulfs, i Work Your rood Horse, Extra, i Rorkaway Hnrse I of successful contradiction, that we do it fourth and fifth reports rang out in settled. W. B. McKobirtn. Mare, about 15 Hos, about 80 Barrels of Corn, low as similar work can be done by quick succession and George Etubree's us lot of Clover Ilavand some Fodder. 10 Share Nuts and Cakes, pure hand- of Stock in The Somerset Hanking Co , a Shares All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Takk your eggs to Tho Cash Bargain any house. in The First National bank of Stanford, r Shaie soul had taken its tlight; his light of life get 20 cento per iloren. Oppomade Candies a specialty. Store und in the Stanford .V Hustonville T. P. R Co., and red 1 Hives ot Dees. Thosk parents who think thoy can out- had been put out, and his warm, site Portiiiun Houso. J. S. Jones. from many cruel Terms For all sums of J10 and under, cash; wit the averago youth know not how blood, giiBhing out that amount, 4 months credit on note with Cons is selling at J2.75 a barrel deliv- frequently they are fooled. For Instance, wounds, found its way in a little stream over security, negotiable and payable in bank good ered hero now nnd meal has gone up to n short while ago, a couple of young gen- toward the street. Not content with his and bearing interest trom uay 01 snie. I. F CASH, 1891. Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. W II. MURl'HV. Jfcxci Irish potatoes nro tlemen nnd Indies intended taking u trip work, tho demon, Terrill, crouched by Jill t, 75 cents a bushel. S. S. MYERS. Main street, Stanford. 8cnrcu at $2. ton neighboring town nnd when the tho side of his slain neighbor and snap - at revolver twice s'niitto lmltofl nul:iil tlll'ir mnniln in n ped tho hammer of his Thk Cuimuitit) Hotel, nt Corbin, wos wcro inforniPil that! tlo .imn.iiH.te form, but every ctirtrit.BO ...,,1 further worldly destroyed by Are Tuesday night. Only Kanl to they could, provided tlio youths secured hail been exploded ... OF TIIK n Binnll portion of tho contents was to (leorgo Einbree was out of tho n surroy, but under no circuiiidtisiices biirm saved. Insurance $2,500. was, jgSSHsaMPBgsSMPBSSQKSNJL could thoy ko in Hop.1r.1to biiKuieH. Tho question. Tho murder, for snob it bad been committed in cold blood and of mow covered tho boya wore informed of thin and with An inch or so of minds soon hud things arranged. having succeeded in taking tho life earth yesterday morning, hut following arose and flourishbeing, Terrill n rain it fast dissolved In mud and slush, A couulo of biiKfiies wero nont abend a follow Hustonville, Kv., to and in a surroy thoy drovo to tho ro- - ing his revolver oyer his head started making locomotion very disagreeable. Hpectivo homes, uecuretl tho fair dam- run. He was pursued nntl soou capturAn effort wns mado Saturday Evoning, Fob. 14, '91, Nkws baa been receiyed by their sels and in loss time than it bus taken to ed by the sheritiV another boy has blessed fricndB hero that At 3 o'clock yXlAWioC; te" this Btory, thoy were paired on" nnd to take Him from tbo olllcers and lynch of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Boyd, of tho tho union sent homo to be used by old him, but bo was gotten away and placed Biirroy for Knosvillc. It will be remembered thnt er, but probably not wiser bends. Hy in military camp for protection. Km- III order to close our partnership Miss AnMrs. Boyd waB tho handsome the way, it looks a little foolish on tho bree bad testified before the lnud court business, Caslnrla curt Colic, . Eructation, CaitorlUo well aduptesl to children Oust hour Stomach, DiarrhQ-a-Constipation, nie Logan. that Terrill wns a "sooner" in hia effort part of tbo parents to object to such m- I recommend It tu superior to ooy prescription highest bidder thi above mmed 1VUU Wornm, glved Bleep, and promote Tbo murdered We will sell to the n chum. sr II. D.. l.nA.n M.n U property. trying to climb up into his tbinj? anyway. If thoy htivo not enough to establish While (K years of ago and leaves a Without injurious medication. 111 80. OxTonl Et, llrooUyn, V. Y, which is several feet from the confidence in the escort of their daugh- man was remainder In corn-cridnughtor. lie was Terms: munthi, with cash; thefrom day of sain. , and 18 inteiest Log.m lost his hold ter to let her go alone witb him, would wife and littlo grand Tub Cxhtauh Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. 1 la ground, Mr. William having visited Stanhere, W. D. & J. G. WEATHERFORD, nnd fell to tho ground, breaking Ida arm, it not be more sensible nnd better in tho last timo being hip and breaking n rib and every way to put a quietus on the wbolo ford several times, spinning hia Hustonville, Ky. oo td when hia uncle, Pate Erabree, died. business by keeping her at home. badly injuring himsolf. bum. MnnnRor A. R. Penny 1 m m . m ami Jewelry 11 1 ICx-- rA-rri- Groceries & Hardware, r, lU'i-i.K- n g Rowland, i Kentucky, m REFMRS B. &. & W. K. "WK&RSN n, m The Greatest Worry Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, one-hto- ry - 1 F. FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, 1 I1AK-OA'N- S "WOVEIT WIBE A1TD SIAT .FEaTCE. I Tur-nersvil- le FIRST - CIo&SS Administrator's Salo , court-hous- e s DuTJMB&R XiSLHD. .ssssssn Monday, Feb. DRUGS and JEWELRY - BEAD THIS. 1AMFBM WATCH, Best Watch. Tuesday, February r Bo-re- j- pall-bear- ers pclinol-mate- grand-childre- n, 1TEW SAW ML3L. V lum-lera- Sill o u c n m m 43-- iy MoEOBEETS, SALE! Tuesday, January S. S. MYERS' STORE m m new-cut- s m 11 Headquarters for All Kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, llrst-cla- ss FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, oi-t- d 1 "". FTJBX.XC SAX.1E Weatherford Hotel, 11 Infants and Children. 11 A Anr-lfE- One-thir- d well-know- n otherw.Be fci y Semi-Week- ly Return to the South For tho First J. P. Burnett, formerly a merchant Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Stale ol Washinoto.v, Jnn. Time Since tho, War. of this place, called to see us Wednessubiect to the will of the Democratic party henchmen are now trying to prevent tho It seems hardly necessary to say any- day on a business trip. Will Swopo PubllBbod Every Tuesday and Friday passage of Senator Vest's free coinage thing of tho history of Gen. B. F. Hutler. sold his brown horse to Henry and Sam AT bill, which was ntloptctl last week by Dr. Cowan, No man in tho whole nation hns been Lyons, of Danville. forSKiO. o I tleft.ro to tell my farm ol shout 130 acres, S'2 PER. YKAB.IX VX)"VyLNC3C the Sennte as a substitute for that more constantly in tho public oyo for the of Danville, was called to Heo B. F. Fu nttout H milt uorth of Sunfcmt on th .a of absurdities known as tho it t lluali l!Hjtt w.ir nnnAllto 'i"rir not to pid $2.50 will be charged." last four decades than ho. As a success- gleman and ho thinks ho will recover. are about acres in wheat andmlrye;rialthe rlbalance 50 caucus financial hill, by the ful bedwelling lawyer and influential politician Greenberry Bright, Sr., is improving of the farm well set in timothy Good K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. House, by talking veto. Tho bill, which fore splendid and kitchen ami the war, as a patriot who was among slowly. La grippo is hiking its regular of fourIs roomswatered and fenced. a Possession new can barn; well on Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning is now before the House Committee Train leaves be given immediately. For particulars, sew J. P. danger from the first to respond to tho country's call rounds, placing many in bed for a few Hailcy, Stanford, or write the nndcrsigned at Coinage, is in far tuoro K. WITHERS. at tho tiring upon Fort Sumter, us tho days. G. P. Bright has received a letter Cincinnati. Ohio. 545L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Speaker Heed's opposition than it is man who gave New Orleans tho best from his wife, who went to Hot Springs, Used has tho ntVssssssssssssssssssV s 50 a m from a presidential veto. i Jr Hill tram going North.... government the city ever had, as Com stating sho had arrived there in fair con 16pm audacity and the nerve to-- resort to any South. m FARM ' South... mander of tho Army of tho .lames, as a dition. Kggs aro selling here at 20 cent iijgpm Express train rHHI-W I ' " North., 311am methods to defeat it and if he does not Representative in Congress and a lead- per dozen Farm offer now. Frank llolt.chnv will ViI miles for saleofprivately my near of 8s Acres, .635111 attempt to do Local Freight North will only be because Stanford, the bo, it south .. 5 SP n ' South. ing politician since tho war, ho has had return to tho State of Washington in I'lke It it In a hih state ol cultivation,Somerset all tie The latter trains also carry passengers. he prefers seeing Mr. Harrison, whom J gaNfedSssfcy nlT in grass but aires; has all tho ucccuwry public attention constantly focused upon about 10 dnvs and Win. Blackerbv is building, it wull u'll.iml .mil finr.il anil a illMllr. is calculated on standard time. Solar The above he dislikes very much, weaken and sign time is about so minutes faster No man in tho country has re- trying to make arrangements to go with able place irenerallv. Call uu or address ircatj him. it, as I believe ho will, if it passes the ceived more praise and more abuse than him. S. Hubble has returned from the Stanford, Ky. Hatlrir remove! my l'urler Shop ta the Com O. A I'KYTON. House. Mr. Harrison has made threats he, and no man has more warm person uncial llotil, I am prt pared to ommodate la South and reports tho market in rather dies as well as gentlemen In anything they may has always before, but his spinal column al friends and admirers. Many of the bad shape for mules. John ll.tll has bewish in my line, CtiiUirn a si wailed on tall wilted when tho time came to carry them "nine. JrSSK THOMPSON', people of the South have been particu- gun to use his hammer on tho anvil Ir Cc rn rrcrcul Hotel. out. larly hitter against him, and have tried again. James Cot hat been on tho sick Another erstwhile prominent republi- to make his name tho synonym of all list for a few days. There eame to ray pusluiM u few weeks ago a IIKIKKH, which the owner i an net tlesciih can is in the toils of the law. V. P. ing paying pasturage and f.ir tins notice that was detestable. He is now about who for many years, because of J II IIIA'I 1. to return good for evil, anil heap coals of Stanfoid, Ky. 9 l his ability to control tho North Carolina lire Can not )entiie healthy foo.1 simply ty the proi . a iVstts- upon the heads of his detractors by a delegation to republican national conSWISK great enterprise to help restore prosperi SALE OR UISNT. cessor denlh totnorly tKAlSltRS owe it to themselves and ventions, hold the position of sergeant-at-arm- s so se ty to tho region which sullereit of tho United States Senate, has ADVOCATE verely from the ravages of tho war. lie j unThe Very Desirablo Residence In swine raising thlt w II t rom (e t'(e I u' li been arrested for obtaining money is at tho head of tho great Georgia-Ala-II i.sslt he ItH ibefej der false pretenses. And yo gods, how Ami s acre lot on Danville street lhe house is and Development Co , The bama Investment in Rood rcitulr and ontam. 5 lhc )rd is his character! cheap ho sold whoso advertisement appears eNewhere large and beautilul and altogether DR. JOSEPH HAAS' amount he obtained on a worthless check in this paper, which is made up of capi Tho Plnco Ib ono of tho Most was just. $'.o. talista whom ho has associated with himin Town. Some startling exposures will shortly self in a scheme to rebuild and develop Wilt sell ttr rent on easy terns which be made by tho House committee harly next large portions of Dixie. MISS MARY i: VAUNON, is investigating the silver pool charges, ll Stanlurd, Ky. month he intends to make a tour of the unless tho witnesses, among whom are of for tho llrst Highest South, visiting that section T A cream of tarter baking powder all In leavening strength. U. S. Government Re- Senator Stewart stud Journal Clerk time since the close of the war I'll yetrs A 5x3. port Aug. 17, 1889. Smith, of the House, shall refuse to tell ago. Ho will go to New Orleans, and to tho committee what they aro alleged to all other prominent point, and survey Dr. A. S. have told to private individuals. the field of operations of this company SURGEON DENTIST. Tho democratic leaders of tho House HOG S POULTRY BEMSDT, carefully, to inform himself personally Office Jon Main street, over W. H McKoberts' aro carefully watching the proceedings as to the possibilities of each locality. Drug Store, Stanferd. .AT The only reiUtie medi. ine for swine in the Senate and should the Force bill KKIIKCCA AT THK WKLL. There is something phenomenal in such pass that body they aro prepared to Used Successfully for 14 Years. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. make a desperate fight on it in the a tour by a General whose first visit was A writer thinks the custom of moth- iM. ELK IN & sword in hand, but who now goes as a ers taking their marriagablo daughters PUEVKNTS IMSKASK, House when it goes there for concurDENTIST. ARRhSTS DISKASK, restorer. It will be watched with great to the watering places originated in tho Ky. rence in tho Senate amendments. STOPS CO I' OH. Office on .Main street, opposite Portman House, interest by all sections of the country. days of Abraham. It was at a well that nr.s-- i HOYS WORMS, Senator Quay has taken tho trouble to up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Las given for painless Washington, D. C. National Tribune, extracting, Rebekah found her husband. IIASTKNS MATURITY, deny tho rumor that he intended resignKENTUCKY. STANFORD. INCRKASKS THK KLKSII FA"RM"AND"TR"ADE ing his seat in tho Senate. It was enITEMS. Scotchman My mother married at ' Everybody knows tirely unnecessary. For sale by DR. W. B. Spaniard And mine at 13. Mexi P. W QIIEEN. Proprlolor. William Lackey bought of Johnson, II. he is not one of tho resigning kind. that canMine at 12. Irishman Sure, that's The opening of permanent headquar- of Boyle, 20 extra yearlings at 15J cts nothing. My mother was married beI have recently take charge of this well krHiwn D. N. Prewitt bought in tho West STANKOHI), KY. Office South side Main street, in office recently ters of tho democratic national commitHotel and intend keeping it at Us ptesent high fore I whs horn. vacated by Dr. L. K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. standard Special attention given to the traveling End 10 head of extra good tee hero, which has been determined Prices pound caai $i (a. $ y,, Ji ,s and 5 public. Tho Flnoat on Earth. to cents per package. The largest are the cheap- upon, is a move in tho right direction, cattle at 3 J cents. Dayton It K Is The Cincinnati, Hamilton M. F. El kin & Co., bought of J. H. the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safely First-Clas- s Wnle tar tesMmanisls as it will enable the party workers thro'- cVpage Meepmg Veslibuled Trains, with Chair pamphlet an swine, will be mailed for a out the country to keep in constant McAlister and Ed Jones a lot of butcher nnd Dining Car service between Pallor InCincinnati, stamp. In connection on Main Street in Stanford Also Lot Orders by mail receive prompt attention dianapolis and Chicago and is the only Interim-lintouch with the party managers on all stuirat 2 cents. On-- c Through Reclining Chair Cars Containing acres. JO.MiPH HAAS, V S, G. M. Cowan, of tho West End, sold nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. between and Sleeping Pool and Billiard matters pertaining to national politics. Indianapolis, Ind Ctr Cincinnati ta Mackinaw, and the '" of R. WALTON, Stanford. Tho decision of the committee to begin to W. II. Prowitt, a T. Terms easy. I. M. KKID.Clerk Only Direct Lino 73U cattle at 3 cents. educational Hetvern Cincinnati. Uitylon Lima, Toledo, DeWM.AYRES. JAS. G. G1YENS. at onco tho preparatory John Anderson, of Preachersville, troit, the Lake Regions and Canada. work of the next presidential campaign 'lhe road is .ne of the oldest in the State al & GIVENS, Co. was a wise one, and ono that will be pro- sold to Hudson, of Garrard, n lot of Ohtomd the onlyline entering Cincinnati ettr 15 miles of double traik, and from us past record can ductive in votes. This activity on the mountain heifers and steers at 2 cents. mere than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Attorneys at Law, 'JU-.OF STANFORD. KY., JC C.UA-HtHOUTK.". Tinsley Spoonamoro has Bold to Jno. safety part of tho national committee is highly Tickets on sale everywhere, and see that they Is now fully orgsnued and icady - - Louisville, Ky. business with Tho Shortorit nntl Qutckont Routo from 327 Fifth St., !r augurs well for democrat- L. Spoonamore 03 i acres of his farm on rid C , II A I) . cither in or out of Cincinnati, gratifying and Oontrnl Ktmtuolcy to nil points North, Logan's Creek at 5j0 per acre, tho pur- Indianapolis or Toledo.o Shreve Huilding, ic success. Keep it up, gentlemen. k. Kuat, Wont imt 8outh-Wou- t. Mccormick. Agent. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. r Pant General Passenger and Ticket chaser to recoive J of the crop of wheat Lino botwoon Luzlnirton nnd Cincin15,000. Surplus, CHURCH AFFAIRS. FRANK MARIMON. AS.G. GIVENS. of 30 acres. nati. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Cattle aro in fair demand in CincinThe best salve in the worUI for cuts, bruises, SCHKDUI.K IN KFFF.CTXOV id. i!o. Dr. J. 0. Henderson, pastor of tho hiTIIKl.lN'Cnl.S' NATIONAL GlYERS H&RIHOH. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapHANK OK STANFORD, Methodist church at LaG range, was nati, with best shippers at A; butchers ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji REAL ESTATE, o. 7. hogs are slow at tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirNo. a . No 6 2J to 4; feeders 3 to stricken with paralysis last Sunday. ed. It it guaranteed to give perfect satisfactrsc, (Now t losing up) with the ssme assets and under K Sun ' Daily. the same management. - aftercare-fu- l 3 to 3.80; sheep are in demand and highKi. Sun. money refunded Price 15 cents per boa. or Rev. Junor, of New York, Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors ire as For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. I it a mi I (o p mi ' P m are er, running from 3 to 5). fully protected as aie depositors in National I.ve Cincinnati inquiry estimates that there Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought III aam o 16 p ra Jaaapin lolpra 5 m Hanks, it shareholders being held Individually I.ve Covington. J. M. Carter savs he has a letter m' Lve Falroauth.. or sold on Commission, Correspondence Romarknblo Roscuo-Mrs- . 9 al 3'J5,iK5 heathens in Now York about liable to the citenl of the amount of their slock r IS a mjie si p m 5 solicited. from his partner, J. A. Givens, .who P m Mi. hiel Curtain, Plainfield,;lll , makesthe thrnin at the par value thereof, In addition ta th. Art Paris city. 11 10 p in 11 p in 6 x p in statement that she caught cold, which settled on amount invested in such shares It may act as Art Lesmgtnn went to Atlanta with mules, Baying that her lungs, she was treated (or a month by her orcutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as I.ve Paris 5 17 m Rev. Wils White, tho oldest Baptist am liar p 01 1K) M. BRUCE, o it p in i 10 Arr Winchester to $110 lainily physician but grew worse. He told her an individual preacher in tho State, died at Clinton, he had sold but 12 head at she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that p ra ..... 7 o p m To those who entrusted their buismess to us Arr Richmond. IS and that the market was very dull. no medicine could cure her Her druggist sug- while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank el Arr Lancaster. S is P ra ..........., ........ LIVZF.V, AND FED New Discovery lor Stanford, STABLE, aged 86. He had been preaching since ....... here tender our many thanks and I i pis is looking gested the use of Or King's tiottle and to her de- trust theywe we continue to transact their business Arr Stanford. Tho wheat in this section Consumption, she bought a 1833. will I.ve Richmond ... 3 is p m ..... ... , from well, notwithstanding there have been light found herself benefitedtaking first dose She with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten-in Arr Ilerea. STANFORD, KY. 1 ..- .Rev. E. J. Willis, of Lexington, has i P " ten bottles she tion 10 same, our twenty years' espenence continued its uc and after Arr l.l.ington ... 5 so p m .. -- t of consequence to cover it. found herself sound and well, now dees her own banking andas liberal accommodations as are conSPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL been engaged by tho Turnersville church no snowB housework and is as well as she ever was. Free sistent with sound banking. 1 nd. travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. and will fill the pulpit at 11 o'clock on The absence of severe freezes and the trial bottles of this Great Discovery at A. It. No. j. No. t. NoJ IIIHKCTORt: store; large bottles 50c and Si. Only horses and vehicles used in livery mild winter have combined to produce a tho 2d and 4th Sundays. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; I.ve Livingston... S t) a m o J, M Hail, Stanford; Happy HooslorB. .. 10 .5 a m Covington Baptists aro going to vigorous growth. I.ve lferea. 2 S. Owsley, Stanford ; "" Arr Richmond.. Georgetown Court. 150 cattle on J. Vm. Timmons, postmaster of Idaville, Indiana, JJS am build a tabernacle at a cost of 11,200, S J. ltmbry, Stanford ; Lve Stanford writes. "Klectric Hitters has done more fur me 7 00 a in - " Lve Lancaster withaseatiug capacity of 2,000, for a sale, feeders of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds than all other mmliclnes combined, for that ld 7 Jo a in J. K I.ynn, Stanferd; Arr Rkhmand. 10 15 a m weight brought 3.40 to 3.55; yearlings feoling aning from kidney and liver trouble.' meeting to be held by Kvangelist WharA. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; John Leslie, farmer aud stockman, of tame place, Lve Richmond. .. 61 P m 6 lo a ml 2.80 to 3.15 and heifers at 2. Mule says: "Imd Klectric Hitters to be the best kidJ. K.llaughman, Hustanville; ton. Arr Winchester $4 p in j ic am1 ney aud liver medicine, made me feel like anew F. Cash, Stanfard; THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Arr Paris trado slow; broke stock sold at $80 to man-J. V Gardner, hardware merchant, same Pm 7 1 a m"-- . ... Ml J. The fund voluntarily contributed William Coach, Stanford, Ky. Lve Leiiugton .. town, says "F.loctric Hitters is just the thing far and bequeathed in tho British Isles to 115; no demand for rough ones; plug a man who is all run down and don't care whethLve Paris .. soepm7oeam)4t,pmm a m, 4 j p P m 7 II. Shanks, President. S. I.ve Falmouth... 411pm 0 51 er he live or dies ; he found new strength, good ll a 6 p m tho work of foreign missions for ISM) was horses from $00 to $85. J. II. Owsley, Cashier Arr Covington. .. 5 40 p m 10 44 a m j appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on m Tho Western Tobacco journal says: life. Only 5c a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug W.M. llright, Teller Arr Cincinnati .. 1 Q p mio 50 am 6 J7 p CU SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, $0,500,000, of which more than half was s In the 13 principal tobacco manufactur- store II Haughman, General J. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. given by tho members of tho Church of OntheMaysville llranch, No 0. leaves Paris at ing districts, tho production of manufac In a speech at Baltimore on tho 7 3. am and No. 11, al 537, p rn, England. PRICE CO CENTS. lrfiBK . nf tlm birth of Simn. ,?,"Vra' ,0 a m, ra, pm. No. 10 t 'V"V' ' Secretary Blaine is investigating the tured tobacco, for 1800, was 20l,84t),120 Send three twoccat stamps for free samplo 5 arriving at Pans at pounds, an increase of about 18,000,000 tor Hampton aaid: "The regime of tho box and book. 7 40,am. No u leaves Maysville at case of tho Itev. Frances Penroth, a ,0 aud arrives at Paris at a io,p m. These trains are daily except Sunday. Methodist clergyman and an agen of pounds. Despite all newspaper sensa demagogue may have relegated me to No runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. llllS US Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co, "E. I). the American Bible Society, who has tious, all acts of legislatures and all "re- private(I lift', tlllt my 01(1 Mate h1ii f"1 41 leases Lexington 10 00 am : arrives Paris soim eatiii uled Trains tn nver formers," cigarettes continue to increHwo wnrm ttlnpi. 111 mv htnrt iih 10 aj am; except Sunday been in prison in Peru six mouths for hetido or hefall my No Heaves Cincinnati Philadelphia 70s pm: except Sunday 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth in consumption, the increase in 181X) be- did. Whatever mayfor preaching. lawt prayer (Uiall bo tho .South and No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600am: am. . Baltimoro, Now York, ing about 2S0,0O0,0O0, or about 13 per bouth Carolina Rev. II. M. Ford, a Methodist minABSOLUTELY PURE, nati 7 5 am, excent Sunday All points Kast and Southeast. cent. Train Notes No 3 run's dally, except Sunday, Only one night out from Lexington, between Lexington and MlleB' Norvo and Ltvor FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH,! ister of Owensboro, is on trial by tho Cincinnati. runs In the year 1890 there were sold at Acton a new principle regulating Pllla. liver, Sunday only, making nil lucal stops. No. 11 runs the church for making debts which he know No AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Corrected Time Card in F.tfect Nov. 16, 1S40. daily t"twr Cincinnati and Lexington. auction in the United States 4,235 fine stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new ho was unable to pay. The conference discovery Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious TAE-OIn;' CO.,; Fast PFastMail Accom. inK'.a,"tN.0'6 from new 4th St Depot, ness, nail now depart torpid liver, pnos, compels a preacher to pay his debts, or horses for a grand total of 3,2!)0,841. Of Unoqualedtaste, men, women, childrenconstipation. on ath below John st for STATIONS. Ksnress. Daily Smallest, 2,15)0 were trotters and they ' Wo wish it was ap- this number mildest, surest. 50 doses 25 cents. Samples free For sale by A K. Penny and M. L. Bourne, give up the pulpit. Dally. Ka. Sun. Daily Train' No'' sndFalmouth Accommoda. Stanford. 7 a,lve',, "ew '" I'epot.on 4th below plicable to tho members and that all brought $1,001,701, an average of $79(1 at A. It Penny's, Stanford 11 jo n'n 3 ij am 11 50 n'n Stanford Lve mi John si " Lexington. 6 15 pin 11 40 am 5 ,55 pin per head. Assuming private sales to Nos j and 6 make connections atWinchestei churches would adopt the law. Tltc world'rs " Winchester 7 00 pm is 43 Pm 6 40 pm fnrpointsonthe.V N A M. V. Hy The) exc " K. U. Junction etent Is Rev. James W. Putnam, a Baptist amount to as much as made from thetio Scarcely tome it rnnsoi lit- tills itrcntilm I M PORTANT -- Trains of this l line now ,1yc " Mt. Sterling. liy tlmlp 7 30 pm srrfnl 15 pm 7 40 pm a and depart lv frou the Central Union Passenger minister at Tioga, Pa., recently said to auctioneers' stands, it will bo seen that discovory of Di .iif tho Jt't'oruttn .Vreii pm a 43 pm " Morchead 7?K,nK cnnctions for all ' Olive Hill It sppedil) curi-- iicrrous rlimiKeof 3 33 pm 10 00 am points his people: "The church is rotten to the during tho year just passed over $0,000,-0North, Last West. life, pain " Ashland.. lio.ul, fits, 10 s pm 5 35 pm 8 15 am roniusion ,u particulars audress any agent ol the Co. worth of fine horses changed hands lleiiios-n-s- . duiinossniiilIiIhos, neur in pslpttn-lioii- , " Catlet.sburg. 10 43 pm 5 50 pm 8 3 am tlm i;m. front seat lo tho back, and core, from the A, Vo , of " Huntington moiif p ti 07 pm bajpm 9 10 am Tho num- Sjrnicnsit, N y Y tins, no (' W Snow L . if the people who live in largo houses on tho American continent. Mos.. of Ti lioit a. f. II. .MORSE, Gen Pass c'r Apt.. Intl , 1 a W of WoustT. ber of thoroughbreds sold' for $5,000 and WF.ST HOUND. and put on the most stylo paid their 0,nv linn r Tiio N'rv tie isells Ixiltor llinn H.H. HUNTINGTON, VlM.PreK'.Sd'bw'l of troters sold for nny thing oirr inlil. anil kIvb-- . universal honest debts they would not haveaquar-te- r over was 39. number Manager, saMsfnetiQn ' )r ' llluvlralvd irpal-U- Lve. Huntington...... 10 pm 6 00 am 310 pm $5,000 and over 35. of a dollar to call their own." There GENKKAL OFFICES: mi tin- N r.cs ami Iiuirt una trial bottle so pm 6 15 am 3 16 pm ru " CallettsLurg is the E. W. Leo has sold a car load of ex- froo at A. It iVnnr'a drug stor " Ashland "'"''''"Bf Cincin nati, O 40 pm 6 50 am 3 40 pm N01." Double dailye train was an uproar in the society, but his " (Wive Hill service on Sundays May Tlir.nlc Her Hlnrs. 7 i pm 8 47 am 4 xinn between tra cotton mules on tho Atlanta market Cincinnati and Lexington salary was r aised $500. pm 1055 am 6 15 am M Mt. Sterling 4 37 The narrow Mrs II. at $145. In a letter written from there Kikliart, ltiil rcifionofproinitturo Jl Soarles, ol " Vinchiter... ... 5 07 pm 11 45 am 8 15 am 7 fnni 10 am Arr Lexington 40 pm 3 35 I"" She st me. that "riir iwnty yonrs-mAlbert Beaver and Frank Reagan, Mr. Leo estimates that thero are between heart trtlUlnctl in t.rHAllv. I nnr... safo blowers, and another prisoner, cut 3,500 and 4,500 mules on the market and Had smothering spalls, short liruaili fluttering; Limited Vestibuled Impress runs daily and las li nl much Pain on mr lrltsli lluffet Sleepers between out of tho Shelby ville jail and escaj ed. that tho uiarket is duller than over could not sleepshoulder mil btomavli Anuics Pullman Vestibuled Washington, New'Y.ork LouIn Etroast, and isville, Lexington, C. O. Branch, a Baptist minis- before. Notwithstanding this ho or- swollen, ll.nl much liaUoli mill illrxinuss Old Point Comfort. This train Is inado part of the Rev. Treatmrnt ml mo no good until, I tried Dr. celebrated ter, of Portsmouth, 0., broke tho jaw of dered 42 cotton mules to bo shipped to Miles' New lleai t Curu and Kcitnratlye Nerv Ino Tho llrst me, unil V. a scoundrel who made an infamous pro- him Saturday last and had them brand- vlnua.ly cuuil noma hclpud al A. It I was soon jl f fcj la!aJ!Jffa3?asK?aWirssVyssteVV "'T W Tunny's For salo drug st uro. A fluo book on tho IlKAltr and East of Huntington on the C, O. Route daughter. posal to his ed, because on several occasions shipFast Mail 'I rams run dally except Sunday beNiiuves froo by the Lexington tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct At Findlay, O., Horton Sharkey pers have had loads of good mules connection at Huntington with C, A- O. ; at OAsh ... o, fx . 1. VV.tirl,.,tr ul,l. . x, U ., landlady, Mrs. Carrie exchanged en route, either through laiiu win, t , U , Lntinrl. u,itvi..i, I.eKlni.tnn with .v.i Roller Mills Co., Lexing- quarreled with his U .Arid f.n.l and al ,,h his board bill and Bhot fraudulent intentions or carelessness, Austin, about L & S., 1. S and C ,N. O. & T. P. Railroads. die CO., ton, Ky. sale by all and killed her. Ho then committed sui- and a load of scrubby stock substituted Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily When Baby was glck, wo caye her Castorla. Connects at Winchester to mid from K, C points cide. ss first-claHUSTONVILLB, KY. Grocers. therefor. Advocate. and at Lexingtor. with L. S R. R. for Louisville, When sho was a Child, sho crlod for Castorla. For full information in regard to rates, routes. Are still In the business and ready to Senator Voorhees was renominated or connecting lines Ax , apply to any agent of this in the Undertaking Ime. fail to use Cream by the Indiana legislative democrats Over 2,000 negroes have congregated When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. stocE of Cases and Caskets of all kindsh.v T.'fu'l and Rob., Vl E. HUNTINGTON, When she had ChiMrcn, sho gave them Costori. S. F. II.MORSE, of every description Our hearse, which 1, you good without opposition. Gov. Hovey receiv- at Atlanta with certificatea of free G. P A., new can be obtained on shorr notice Air V. P. and G. M.. i? Green has charge of cur business and will Ciucinnsti, Ohio. to Liberia, which a VY. S. HARRISON, ourgood. to any one needin anything in.how G W. HARNEY, a happy Cook. ed the empty honor from the republi- Yankee sold them at $1 apiece. measley cans. CM., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky 15). Interior Journal To tho Editor of the Interior Journal.) Politics at the Capital. MAJ.-GE- B. F. BUTLER. HUBBLE. Mr. Harrison's Ho Will RICHARD C. WARREN Kta-ucky- , Farm For Sale. IK a . bodge-podg- ntu-ate- il LBWSbOTL I I " 1 1 FOR SALE. ''lTUlW''HiH!!i t -- 1 sB"-'-- Iff a- M'! - .asssssWl I BHI 1 15, 90-i- m timi UN Estray ITotioo. - Can-ada- y, DISEASED HOGS REFORM -- . FOR -- 1 mi til POWDER Absolutely Puro 9-- C PRICE, ;S j'3f1i Jj'V f Paid For Hides and Fur, R COS, r Stanford, PENNY, Dentist. MYERS HOUSE, J. B. FOSTER, "Hoe-afegy,- FPU SAIiEI 1 A-- Sample Ilooiu Parlors. twe-ie- car-loa- d AYKE3 Farmers Bank& Trust Kentucky Central R.R. S ioi-y- .-- $ Slirf-Ksytn- it Plnevttle, I. Kentucky. tot-y- South-Houn- J 1 . M 1 . T ., North-IU1- first-cla- ss TAR 01 D J . H -"- . . B H H M . . . 1 . . 1 " 4 S Ilnok-Kecp- mHPl JlaalsraV 1 vrmTaaaT (it-n- a: ' QLD KY- H0UTE ' ,...,...,.,,.., 1 1 I . TARDSOAP D Washington, ni. ChicagoSj m tw S- - m - 'xlm-ei- 1 00 s . . 1 t . "' l (Jrt'otn-liurg- 1.1 lllni-kliir- 1 The BEST FLOUR Mih-s- m-- e 1 1 1 CREAM h Hwou-(lorfu- l. 1 FLOUR For 4 F. F. A-- fl made - 1 I 7 w LT I J. T. SXTTTOIT Don't Flour if Bread and want tranf-portati- 1 64.tr -- 4 .